ST. PETER'S SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (SPSA)
St Peter’s School Association (SPSA)
The St. Peter’s School Association is a registered charity (Registered Charity Number 1019291) which aims to:
- Encourage a positive link between parents and the school.
- Raise funds to enhance the children’s development and enjoyment at the school.
- Create social activities for children, parents and teachers.
Visit and Like our SPSA FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/StPetersPrimarySchoolSPSA/
Follow us on Twitter @stpetersspsa
What are we raising funds for?
- Mini strings and other curriculum extras.
- Residential trips and coaches.
- Laptops, books.
- Reception and Year 1 outside area.
- Sound and lighting for school productions.
- Science club.
Calendar of events 2016/7
Parents Work Day - Saturday 17 June
Summer Fair - Saturday 1 July
Ice-cream Fridays - Fridays throughout July
How to raise money FOR FREE
Doing your shopping online? Here is a simple way to raise funds for the school for FREE! Go to http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/stpsa and follow the simple steps to sign up. Then shop online with over 2,000 well-known retailers and for everything you buy you’ll earn a donation at no additional cost to you!
Yellow Moon has a wide range of arts and crafts supplier. Quote SSt18550 on any orders you make, and we will receive 10% cash-back for our school.
Thinking of going to the theatre? Book your tickets through our Tickets 4 Schools account – you get a good deal and the school gets £5.00 per ticket.
Get your employer on board.
Matched funding and charitable donations enable us to make up to twice as much money on an event, which really helps us reach our fundraising targets. Many companies have schemes whereby they contribute to charities like the SPSA. Ask your employer! What have you got to lose?
- Co-chair: Heidi Ellis
- Co-chair: Rebecca Leppington
- Vice chair: Laura Veal
- Treasurer: Wendy Crayford
- Secretary: Terrie Harvey
Please contact us at email@example.com
Class reps play a vital role in coordinating SPSA activities, promoting events and drumming up support from other mums and dads. Each class usually has at least two class reps. If you would like to find out more about becoming a class rep, please speak to your current class rep or one of the SPSA committee.
Reception Wimbledon: Nicola Jeffs, Jen Clarke
Paddington: Terrie Harvey, Hiral Haria
Year 1 Baker Street: Marie Burke
Year 1 Swiss Cottage: Clare Taylor, Steph Apperley
Year 2 Canada Water: Vacant
Year 2 Covent Garden: Anniina Lobo, Carly Worrall
Year 3 Harrow: Vacant
Year 3 London Bridge: Jo White
Year 4 Barking: Kate Manvatkar
Year 4 Regent's Park: Sandra Ashling
Year 5 King's Cross: Allie Baldacchino
Year 5 Victoria : Anita John, Archana Shah
Year 6 Waterloo: Claudia Kool
Year 6 Oxford Street: Cristina Vercesi